By John Dickinson & Julian Paton
Distributed by the Trans-Atlantic Publications
259 Pages, Illustrated
A thoughtful and evidence-based insight into possible mechanisms contributing to neurogenic hypertension and stroke. The book contains a valuable and vast literature resource form some of the earliest (and forgotten) discoveries of mechanisms of hypertension right up to the present day. The persuasive arguments support the hypothesis that essential hyperternsion is a carebrovascular problem in man and provide novel ideas as to how best to assess and treat it.
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